What Is the Name of the Press That Virginia and Leonard Woolf Owned?


The name of the press that Virginia and Leonard Woolf owned is Hogarth Press. It started in 1917. It was named after their house, Hogarth, in Richmond, UK. They began to print books there.
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Leonard and Virginia Woolf founded the Hogarth Press in 1917.
It was originally intended as a hobby for its founders, and, particularly for Virginia, as a diversion from the pressures of writing.
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